Records. Records and records for days. Drone records, procedural computer music records. Records.
@MuffyStJohn One of the few consumer products that's priced essentially at free market whims, which blows because there's a lot of collusion and comparitively little competition in the industry, so consumers get fucked over. Contrast that with, I don't know, CPUs, where prices are always going down, not up, and the concept's not all bad, but still.
Rule #12: Just don't stand there, dance you fucking plaid-shirted assholes
Same thing happened to me after a long night at a very nice Manhattan cocktail bar! That's the beauty of poison (and make no mistake, alcohol is a poison). When you get too much of it, your body notices and will slap your proverbial hand if you so much as smell it again. See also - food poisoning from bad sushi, or when you drink six Sobes in under an hour while suffering from Strepp. Evolution at work. Naturally, I spend all the money I would've spent on alcohol on decadent food. No savings for me!
@John Thompson@facebook And since editing doesn't work for some reason I'll add that as an NYC transplant, compromising on my ideal job and going back to Colorado after a certain threshold of wheel-spinning dead-end internships looks better and better every day. The rent is as low as 1/4 what I'm paying here and everything you can buy, sans seafood, is cheaper. Being underemployed sucks everywhere but it sucks less back home.
@Alan Benard@facebook Given that the last sentence is probably flippant to some degree I don't think it's that great of a gotcha.
@William Ventura@twitter Philly.
@John Thompson@facebook Burrough? Damned iPhone.
@Niko Bellic man, I don't believe that. I'm living in West Harlem and I feel like I have easy access to basically the entirety of downtown Manhattan, whereas my Brooklyn friends are always complaining about how difficult it is to get out of their borough. Really it seems like the rule is that you just shouldn't be planning on going too far away from where you live. But W Harlem / Washington Heights were perfect for me.